Banditen vom Rio Grande, Die

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Die Banditen vom Rio Grande (West Germany 1965 / Director: Helmuth M. Backhaus)

This film is set in contemporary Mexico but has a Western look and feel in most of its scenes. It involves a lot of horseback riding and a very Western looking small town set.
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  • Release Date: 23.4.1965
  • Runtime: 89 min

Also known as

Rio diablos (Italy) | Gunfight At Rio Grande (U. K.) | The Bandits of Rio Grande (U.S.A.) | Oi listai tou Rio Grande (Greece) | Människojakt vid Rio Grande (Sweden)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Harald Leipnitz (Ryan), Maria Perschy (Helen), Wolfgang Kieling (Barran), Gerlinde Locker (Joan), Demeter Bitenc (Elgaut (as Dimitri Bitenc)), Uli Steigberg (Bill), Rolf Arndt (Thouniak), Laci Cigoj (Cardo), Ellen Schwiers (Lida), Demeter Bitenc (as Dimitri Bitenc)(Elgaut)
  • Story: H.M. Backhaus
  • Screenplay: Gregor Tass (as Gregory Tracy)
  • Cinematography: Manfred Ensinger [Eastmancolor, Ultrascope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Christian Bruhn
  • Producer: Eva Rosskopf


Three young women who are teachers in a Mexican village are kidnapped by bandits.


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